[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town of Salem as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Licensing — See Ch. 310.
[Adopted by the 1981 Town Meeting (Ch. 179, Art. I, of the 1995 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
Upon complaint to the Board of Selectmen by five citizens disturbed by the excessive noise and disorder of the patrons and on the premises of a nearby commercial public entertainment or amusement establishment, the Selectmen shall conduct a hearing upon proper notice to the proprietor and/or owner of said establishment, at which the Selectmen shall determine whether or not the patrons of the establishment are unreasonably disturbing its neighbors. If the Selectmen shall determine that the patrons of the establishment are unnecessarily disturbing its neighbors, they may require the proprietor to procure and pay for police attendance on the premises for the purpose of maintaining peace, order and quiet during appropriate hours.